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The paper covers the issues of theoretical frameworks that are being developing around subjectivity and the utility of subjective language in future spealists’ language learning. This draws from a wide range of philosophical and socio-psycological work on language acquisition and the role of reflexitivity as a vehicle for interculturality. The study reflects emperical analysis based on observation, interviewing, testing and pedagogical experiment. Using innovative ways of engaging subjectivity and reflexivity in teaching, learning and research led to designing a model for students’ reflective and intercultural potential, which is a challenge in reflexive and intercultural process of linguistic development in Higher school of foreign languages and translation studies.
Keywords: Linguistics, education, subjectivity, reflexivity, interculturality
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